Deadpool Game Curious Video: Now I Hear Voices in My Head

Deadpool and all of the voices in his head definitely makes a memorable first impression. Deadpool and all its gameplay? Not so much. Justin fights through generic action sequences in hopes for video game redemption for the Merc with a Mouth. This video is intended for a mature audience as our commentary is not kid-friendly:… Continue reading

Stealth Bastard Deluxe Game Curious Video: Come On Out

Nothing says, “You’re doing it wrong” quite like a laser. Stealth Bastard Deluxe charms and fries Justin’s pants more than a few times while its mechanics and style manage to stand out just enough in this crowded genre of retro 2d platformers. This video is intended for a mature audience as our commentary is not… Continue reading

E3 13: inFamous: Second Son is a Next-Gen Playground

While I am a big Infamous fan, when glancing through the potential PS4 games library, I found myself skipping over the existing franchises and looking for new titles first. Once I circled back to watch some actual gameplay from inFamous: Second Son, my jaw dropped. Maybe it is because I’m a sucker for destructible enviornments,… Continue reading

E3 13: A Different Kind of Apocalypse in The Division

I don’t tend to get too excited when I see the name Tom Clancy attached to things, but The Division has sparked my interest. It’s a massively multiplayer, third person shooter with RPG elements set in a New York City ravaged by a pandemic of some sort. Not to worry, however as this is not… Continue reading

The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing Reflex Review: Randy Van Helsing Also Likes Loot

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The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing is a game with a long name and lofty aspirations. It’s also a game that for me, came completely out of nowhere. This coupled with the well-stocked waters of the isometric, ARPG genre makes it a title that has quite a bit stacked against it. Fortunately, the game is… Continue reading

Reus Reflex Review: Intelligent Design Intelligently Designed

Reus caught my eye a few months back due to its charming graphical style but it was its unique take on “god games” that really sucked me in when I finally got a chance to play experience the title. Where as most of the games in this particular genre put you into the shoes of a powerful deity with… Continue reading